Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • State of Victoria

Description

Regional Coordinator - North East Victoria - Part-time employment negotiable
Do you want to make a difference in your next role?
You will be given an opportunity to influence the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme
Be an integral part in driving Australia’s largest social change reform in over 30 years
By assisting service providers to be successful in the NDIS, you will be a key contributor in helping Australians with a disability receive necessary support to enjoy their life and achieve their goals
Work with disability and aged care service providers in identified locations
Senior-level role that will be remunerated accordingly
About the Opportunity
A consortium consisting of EY, the First Peoples Disability Network and the Community Services Industry Alliance have been selected by the Department of Social Services (DSS) to design and deliver the Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program.
Your primary responsibility will be to work with existing and prospective service provider and key stakeholders to provide localised support, gather intelligence, facilitate workshops and connect stakeholders with complementary programs and initiatives in the disability and aged care sectors.
This will be achieved by:
Providing local and specialised support for service providers in transitioning to or entering the disability market by diversifying and adjusting their business operations, including workforce management, to remain competitive under consumer choice models.
Work with disability and aged care service providers in identified locations
Hold local workshops to engage key players in the market
Engage with local service providers including providers of specialised supports by holding industry information and advisory meetings, to gather intelligence on local issues or in relation to the market for a specialised support
Support disability service and aged care providers to improve their workforce planning, modelling and development capability, including recruitment models, working conditions, terms of employment (casual, part-time, full time) and how to reduce turnover.
Engage with relevant Commonwealth, State and Territory government officials and other relevant parties.
Background in health services, aged care or similar, with specific experience in the disability sector, or similar service delivery programs.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate the following required experience:
Communication skills –
candidates will require effective communication skills to liaise with local providers and state and territory program officials.
Insight and analysis –
candidates will be required to draw on data and insights gained from service providers on the ground to provide advice on priorities which should be targeted through the National Provider and Sector Transition Initiative.
Knowledge –
candidates will have a good working knowledge of the disability and aged care sectors; a good working knowledge about regional areas of employment; a working knowledge of NDIS and workforce issues that are relevant.
Important:
A requirement for police checks for applicants who do not hold a current VIC Working with Children check or equivalent state government check for working with vulnerable people.
Successful applicants will be expected to engage in home based working as part of their role
Successful applicants must hold an Australian Driver’s Licence and have your own vehicle
We are willing to negotiate part-time working
Please note that as this project is being led by a consortium that successful applicants will not necessarily be employed by EY.
Interested?
Applicants must request a position description from
gignow.oceania@au.ey.com
The position description sets out the required experience for this role and the application requirements
Please submit your application by 4 March 2019
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